LGBTQI is dangerous than covid-19, we’ll pass law to criminalize it in Ghana – Speaker of Parliament Alban Bagbin

According to the law maker and Ghana’s Speaker of parliament, LGBTQI is worse than covid-19 pandemic and as far as he’s alive under his watch, the practice will surely be criminalized. He’s therefore warning diplomats who’re imposing their powers on Ghana for gay activities to to legalized in the country.

Alban Bagbin made his comments when members of parliament presented to him a bill, which will be passed into law for gay activities to be criminalized. The private bill seeks to establish a regime for the prohibition of all LGBTQI activities. Before presenting the bill to the speaker yesterday June 29, members of parliament prayed to God to help them succeed. Among them was Sam George, member of parliament for Ningo Prampram and many others. Watch prayer video below.

The speaker noted that the practice is clearly unacceptable by many Ghanaians and will never be allowed to take root in the country.

“For same sex marriage to be legalized in Ghana, it will not happen in my time as president” these are words of President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, when he spoke on the matter.

This morning June 30, 2021, third most powerful person of the land also stressed on it. Months ago, the speaker was interviewed on this matter and he argued that, homosexuality is not in line with our cultural beliefs and heritage, and therefore cannot be recognized.

“I am very clear in my mind that parliament of Ghana will pass this bill to criminalize LGBTQ. I have gone through it and I will confirm that the bill will be a reference point for many countries. It has gone through all the provisions of the constitution laws and international obligations. I want to assure all of you that we will create room for the bill to be presented to parliament officially” the speaker said this morning.

He continued “I can tell you that it is more than covid19, and I am happy that our beloved country Ghana is together in this The president has spoken, our traditional leaders have spoken, our religious leaders have spoken with one voice and we dont want to do anything that has to do with LGBTQ activities. I will always do what is right because good will always triumph over evil” he emphasized

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